9 thoughts on “ BV_01 - Emanuele De Raymondi - Buyukberber Variations (Vinyl, Album, LP) ”
May 27, · Nice album from this label otherwise mostly spanning hardcore punk and noise releases. (RJ) floodmomorilesisleryguangjewabne.coinfo eponymous LP (Specific, France, ) Another album featuring Julien Louvet in the trio behind it and, rather clearly, a theme concerning the name of the group involving even numbers and the number ‘13’.
Emanuele de Raymondi wagt sich auf seinem sechsten Album auf ein gefährliches Terrain. Die (unaufgeforderte) Bearbeitung des Materials eines anderen Künstlers kann leicht zum Kitsch werden, der vor lauter Ehrfurcht und Lobhudelei gänzlich belanglos bleibt.
Emanuele de Raymondi is a music composer and sound artist born in Rome, Italy in He is working in the fields of immersive installations, cross-media, film music, contemporary classical and electro-acoustic work.
Non è un caso che De Raymondi sia stato invitato all'ultima Biennale Musica di Venezia insieme ai guru dell'avanguardia elettronica contemporanea (fra i tanti Pierre Boulez). Il suo nuovo disco è infatti una delle più felici mediazioni tra ricerca e ascoltabilità, fra accademia e pop che ci siano capitate fra le mani negli ultimi anni.
Home» Reviews» Emanuele de Raymondi - Buyukberber Variations This record is about the transcending of an already transcendent, wandering music. On his sixth album, Emanuele de Raymondi has stepped into dangerous territory. (BV 01) and Ambient (BV 05) through chamber music (BV 02) and Minimal Classic à la Philip Glass (BV 06) over.
The other record has luckily two sides and has music by Emanuele de Ryamondi, also from Italy, who graduated at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but now is back in Italy. He writes music on paper, for such people as Oguz Buyukberber, .
The Raymond Variations for Piano (Set 1), received its world premiere on 2nd December at the Arts Club London, performed by Lorraine Womack-Banning as part of a memorial tribute concert to her late husband Raymond Banning (Former professor of pianoforte at Trinity College London). The Variations are based on the three Andantino themes which form a central part .